First I wish to embarrass myself – the following picture is of the garage storage area that came with my house:
My wife and I have organized and re-organized that shelf so many times but it always becomes a collecting place for junk. So, I am going to replace that wall with the locker and cabinets on the left side of this sketchup drawing:
To get from the wall of horror to the neat cabinet wall first requires that I rip out the existing shelving and that will happen when we get the backyard storage shed in the next coupla months. In the meantime, I made a significant improvement on the right hand side of the shop in the lumber storage area. Several years ago I came across a plan to build a diagonal plywood storage box that I attached in the back with hinges and the front bottom has a swivel caster wheel. However, when I installed it I didn’t put it back far enough to store a full 4’ x 8’ sheet. Yesterday, after years of grumbling I moved it back 16” and now can store four full sheets behind the box and the box itself stores the cutoffs. Made a huge difference in organization and space!
So as time goes on. I’ll write about my shop improvements.
-- Anybody can become a woodworker, but only a Craftsmen can hide his mistakes!